Mind Full to Mindful by Om Swami

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Mind Full to MindfulZen Wisdom from a Monk’s bowl

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Om Swami

Mind Full to Mindful Press Release

Many of us struggle to remain calm during the day or to fall asleep at night. Our restless, treacherous minds make us feel good one moment and terrible another. From where do negativity and anguish engulf us and how do we go about being serene and peaceful?

Zen shows us the art of attaining that inner quietude without rituals or dogma. It is about seeing beauty, bliss and truth in our everyday lives. Driving to work or washing the dishes, every act could easily be meditation. Based on the original Zen teachings, this beautiful book offers a life-changing perspective on life itself.

Bestselling author of many transformational books, Om Swami shares with you the art of happiness with plenty of humour, stories and wisdom as he takes you on a journey from being mind full to mindful.

About the author

Om Swami is a mystic who lives in the Himalayan foothills. Prior to renunciation, he founded and ran a multi-million-dollar software company with offices across the world. He is also the author of the bestselling books If Truth be Told: A Monk’s Memoir (HarperCollins, 2014), The Wellness Sense: A Practical Guide to your Physical and Emotional Health Based on Ayurvedic and Yogic Wisom (HarperCollins, 2015), When All Is Not Well: Depression, Sadness and Healing – A Yogic Perspective (HarperCollins, 2016), and The Last Gambit (HarperCollins, 2017).

Paperback | Self-help/ Wellness | 192 pp | Rs 299

For more information contact rashi.bhambri@harpercollins-india.com

 

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